Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum
The Smithsonian Institution designed the exhibition on the beginnings of rock and soul music at the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum.
The "Birthplace of Rock'n'Roll" moniker belongs to Sun Studio. Johnny Cash, Charlie Rich, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Elvis Presley were all initially recorded by Sun.
Graceland, a 13.8-acre estate with a well-known home, is notable for being the main residence of Elvis Presley and is situated in Memphis, Tennessee.
National Civil Rights Museum - Lorraine Motel
The National Civil Rights Museum is housed in the hotel full of historical relics, motion pictures, oral narratives, and interactive media.
Stax Museum of American Soul Music
Both a community museum and a popular tourist site, the Stax Museum of American Soul Music offers more than 40 free events each year.
More than 3,500 animals from more than 500 distinct species may be seen at the Memphis Zoo, which is situated in Midtown Memphis, Tennessee, in the United States.
The Peabody Ducks
The five North American mallard ducks that reside on the roof of the Peabody are its most well-known residents.
One of Memphis's must-see sights and one of the most recognizable streets in the country is Beale Street.
Crystal Shrine Grotto
This is a prominent location where locals as well as visitors gather to relax their eyes and minds. The major draw of this location is the grotto.
In the heart of Memphis, AutoZone Park serves as the Redbirds' home field. One of the best BBQ locations in the world is Memphis